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Pumpkin Loaf

Bake bread using these pumpkin loaf recipes, including pumpkin bread, yeast bread, pumpkin spice bread, nut bread, fruit loaves and more.

Grandma's Pumpkin Bread

Grandma's Pumpkin Bread

Grandma's Pumpkin Bread

The aroma of pumpkin bread baking never fails to whet the appetite. This classic recipe is tender, moist and perfectly spiced and creates a sugary crust around the edges.—Kathleene Baker, Plano, Texas

Makeover Pumpkin Spice Bread

Makeover Pumpkin Spice Bread

Makeover Pumpkin Spice Bread

With less than half the fat and just one-fourth the calories of the original recipe, more people can feel good about eating this fall favorite. Heidi Figiel - Bridgeport, W. Virginia

Pumpkin Apple Bread

Pumpkin Apple Bread

Pumpkin Apple Bread

My grandsons think this seasonal loaf is pretty special—so much so they took it with them to college when they knew they wouldn't be home for the holidays. It's destined to become a family tradition in your home, too. —Victoria Cooklin, Massillon, Ohio
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Fruit-Nut Pumpkin Bread

Fruit-Nut Pumpkin Bread

Fruit-Nut Pumpkin Bread

“My family says our Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner wouldn't be complete without this easy bread. I bake a variety to suit everyone—one plain, one with just nuts, one with raisins and dried cranberries, and one with everything.” — Priscilla Gilbert, Indian Harbour Beach, Florida

Pumpkin Date Nut Bread

Pumpkin Date Nut  Bread

Pumpkin Date Nut Bread

We think this a moist and yummy bread. It is full of nuts and is topped with a pretty caramel-colored glaze. The flavors remind me of autumn.—Wendy Rusch, New Richmond, Wisconsin

Caramel-Pecan Pumpkin Pull-Aparts

Caramel-Pecan Pumpkin Pull-Aparts

Caramel-Pecan Pumpkin Pull-Aparts

We love sticky buns made with my husband's angel biscuit dough, caramel and pecans. For a twist, try apple butter or applesauce instead of the pumpkin. —Carolyn Kumpe, El Dorado, California

Daughter's A-to-Z Bread

Daughter's A-to-Z Bread

Daughter's A-to-Z Bread

I love my Mom’s A-to-Z Bread, but the original recipe was a bit heavy on sugar and oil for my family. My version lowers the sugar and fat but retains all the flavor folks rave about! —Emily Carney, Grand Ledge, Michigan

Mom's A-to-Z Bread

Mom's A-to-Z Bread

Mom's A-to-Z Bread

We love this recipe around my house because we can change it from one day to the next on a whim. Just throw whatever fruit is in season into the mix, and you’ve got a tailor-made treat! —Christine Saxe, Ada, Michigan
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